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June is Gay Pride Month, and with a lot of the nation below restrictions as a result of ongoing coronavirus pandemic, most main Pride occasions are canceled. Thankfully, there’s loads of entertaining and informative LGBTQ content material to fill all the month (and some beginning in May).

From questioning teenagers to proficient queens, try TheWrap’s checklist of Gay Pride Month programming beneath:


“Legendary” (Premieres May 27 on HBO Max)

Pulling immediately from the underground ballroom group, voguing groups (aka “houses”) should compete in unbelievable balls and showcase sickening trend in an effort to obtain “legendary” standing.

Eight numerous “houses” will compete in 9 balls for a $100,000 prize each Thursday. Judges embrace Jameela Jamil, Megan Thee Stallion, Law Roach and Leiomy Maldonado.

RuPaul’s Drag Race All-Stars (Premieres Friday, June fifth on VH1)

10 of the highest queens from “RuPaul’s Drag Race” will return for a second (or third, within the case of Alexis Mateo and Jujubee) shot on the crown. This 12 months’s “All-Stars” has a model new twist: RuPaul will solely choose one winner from the problem, who will go forth and lip-sync in opposition to a “mysterious lip-sync assassin” — former stand-out queens. If the All-Star prevails, she wins $10,000 and the ability to ship a competitor residence. If the murderer wins, the underside queen picked from a secret group vote goes packing and the prize cash rolls over. This ought to make for some very attention-grabbing dynamics. Ricky Martin will function the visitor decide within the premiere episode.

“Love Victor” (Premieres Friday, June 19 on Hulu)

Hulu’s “Love, Simon” follow-up sequence is about on this planet of the 2018 movie. A younger grownup dramedy follows Victor (Michael Cimino), a brand new scholar at Creekwood High School on his personal journey of self-discovery who reaches out to Simon to assist him navigate the ups and downs of highschool.

“Prideland” (Premieres 9 p.m. Friday, June 12 on PBS and May 26 on PBS Voices YouTube)

Host and actor Dyllón Burnside will discover LGBTQ+ Identity within the U.S. South on this one-hour particular. The tv particular is a companion to the six-episode, short-form sequence will launch on PBS Voices, a brand new documentary-focused YouTube Channel by PBS Digital Studios, starting Thursday, May 26 with Burnside’s personal private story.

“Welcome to Chechnya” (Premieres June 30 on HBO)

In this searing documentary, Academy Award-nominated director David France (How To Survive A Plague) brings us a terrifying real-life thriller that shadows a bunch of courageous activists risking their lives to confront the continuing anti-LGBTQ persecution within the repressive and closed Russian republic of Chechnya. Read TheWrap’s evaluation right here.

“Wynonna Earp” #MethodHaught Wednesdays (Wednesdays in June on SYFY)

Ahead of the Season 4 “Wynonna Earp” premiere this summer season, catch-up on the fem/ship between Waverly Earp and Nicole Haught, higher referred to as #MethodHaught.

The community can be doing #TBT Marathons of “Xena: Warrior Princess” on Thursday mornings with stars Lucy Lawless (Xena) and Renee O’Connor (Gabrielle) discussing illustration. SYFY FANGRRLS’ Strong Female Characters Podcast could have new episodes focusing round LGBTQ+ characters and day by day pride-centric articles.

Sister community USA will air a “Law & Order: SVU” marathon with impactful LGBTQ+ episodes hosted by out actor BD Wong on June 7. And all month lengthy, Jesse Tyler Ferguson (Mitchell) and Eric Stonestreet (Cam) loving and hilarious on-screen relationship might be featured on “Modern Family.”

SYFY and USA have partnered with GLAAD throughout…

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